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Season 6 Episode 1

In Search of Tony

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Aired Unknown Sep 19, 1989 on ABC
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In Search of Tony
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Holidays on Jamaica. And everyone enjoys the life there.Angela, too, dives right into the holiday-action and has a lot of fun. As it's not Tony, with whom she has that fun, he gets jealous.

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      • Mona: Move over, moondoggie. Here come the big kahunas.
        Angela: Mother, it's a small island. Pace yourself.

      • Samantha: Well, you know, I'm gonna be leaving the house real soon.
        Tony: Real soon? Where you going?
        Samantha: College in a year, eleven months and thirteen days.
        Tony: You're counting the days?
        Samantha: And six hours.

      • Angela: Speaking of solid, red speedo at two o'clock.
        Mona: Uh huh. That is definitely a perfect eight. Four for each bun.
        Tony: What's going on here, ladies?
        Mona: We're just enjoying some of nature's bounties.

      • Mona: I think I'll catch some rays. Oh, Ray!

      • Tony: Mona, you ever think about the future?
        Mona: Sure. I'm going to have lobster for dinner, then go dancing, and if I'm lucky, I'll get lucky.
        Tony: Not that future. The FUTURE-future.
        Mona: Oh, you mean like the Jetsons?

      • Mona: Come on, loosen up. Be more like Angela. I can't believe I just said that.

      • Tony: Good evening, Angela. So nice to see you wearing clothes tonight.
        Angela: Stick around, it's still early.

      • Angela: Are you okay?
        Tony: Of course I'm okay.
        Angela: You're lying.
        Tony: Of course I'm lying.

      • Angela: I didn't go too far, did I?
        Tony: Well, you kept your clothes on.
        Angela: I couldn't have done that five years ago.
        Tony: Keep your clothes on?

      • Angela: Tony, will you drop the top?
        Tony: You already did.

      • Tony: I'm sorry you almost drowned. And I'm real sorry that when you almost drowned, I wasn't the one that saved you.
        Angela: Oh, Tony.

      • Tony: Angela, you may not have noticed, but I wasn't exactly having a ball this weekend. And it bothered me that you were without me.
        Angela: But Tony, the best times of my life are with you.

      • Tony: I think we both know where this is leading to.
        Angela: Yeah, what's your point?
        Tony: Well, call me old-fashioned, but I don't think we can do this until we're married.
        Angela: Until?
        Tony: Uh, no, I don't mean until, I mean unless.
        Angela: Unless?
        Tony: I don't know. Maybe. It went through my mind.
        Angela: You've thought about us getting married?
        Tony: I don't know. Maybe. It went through my mind. But I'm not ready to propose.
        Angela: Good, 'cause I'm not ready to accept.

      • Tony: You know, Angela, when I think about my future, you're in it, but I don't know, I mean, do I work for you? Do I date you and live somewhere else? Do I marry you? I mean, we started because I moved from Brooklyn to Connecticut to give Sam a better life and now in one year, eleven months and thirteen days--make that twelve--she's leaving. Look, Angela, I don't want to be a housekeeper for the rest of my life. That's why I'm going to college. But, why am I going to college? To be a teacher, a doctor, a lawyer, a candlestick maker, I don't know. I don't even have a major yet.
        Angela: You don't? You really should decide soon. Oh, Tony, I wouldn't care if you mowed lawns in Central Park.
        Tony: But I'd care. Look, Angela, I don't know about us, until I know about me.

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